ASYMMETRIC WARFARE: Challenges and Response of International Humanitarian Law in the Twenty-First Century (2022) by Sunday John Apochi


“This book is perhaps the most comprehensive on the subject in recent times and will prove useful for military personnel, security experts, policy makers, researchers, students and lecturers in the various law faculties. The language in the text is lucid and easy to understand. General readers alike will immensely benefit from procuring copies of this book for reference and usage purposes.” Tamax Gyorfi, LLB (Hons), LL.M. PhD Professor of Law (Public Law and Legal Theory), University of Aberdeen, UK

  • An Appraisal of the Theory and Practice of symmetric Warfare: A Challenge to International Humanitarian Law
  • Practicability of the Principle of Proportionality in Asymmetric Warfare
  • Observance of the Rule of Law. A Panacea for a Successful Military Operation in the Twenty-First-Century
  • An Analysis of the Legal Rights of Detainees in Non-International Armed Conflicts in the Twenty-First Century
  • How International Law Regulates Internal Strife in the Twenty-First Century and the Fundamental Standards of
  • Humanity Summary of Recommendations and Conclusion
  • Appendices
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Sunday John Apochi

Sunday John Apochi, educated at the University of Jos and Nasarawa State University, Nigeria with a Bachelor and Master Degree in Law respectively. a doctorate student in the former, has a Certificate with Distinction in Time Management from the London Graduate School in 2022 Called to Bar on 20th November 2012, he is a Solicitor and Advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and Group Company Secretary and Legal Adviser of the Nigerian Army Welfare Limited by Guarantee. He is also a Notary Public of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants, and a Certified Management Consultant. He is a Member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration and a Member of the Nigerian Army Resource Centre. The author has published several articles in learned journals on the Laws of Armed Conflict.

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